Ser Lepus Posted November 20, 2014 Share Posted November 20, 2014 Ships certainly do sail river Rhoyne. How do Dothraki get across Rhoyne? Yandry reports that Shy Maid with her broad beam and shallow draught can negotiate sandbars even in smaller vassal streams of Rhoyne, that would strand larger vessels. Are these sandbars also shallow enough all across Rhoyne that men and horses can wade across Rhoyne with head in air and without feet sinking into soft bottom anywhere? Or do Dothraki have to cross by swimming horses? No way. The Rhoyne seems to be as wide as the Amazon River, a river that big can't be shallow enough for horses to wade it, and it is too wide and its current should be to strong for horses to swim across. It seems that close to the mouth it breaks into many narrower arms that flow between many islands that form a delta, but Volantis itself is built on those islands, so they would have to fight through the strongest defenses in the region. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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